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From 1075kzl.com, July 23, 2009 Jack, Jared, Katie and Josh took the morning show up to Appalachian State University for the Kellar Radio Talent Institute. The show had a great time broadcasting live in front of students pursuing degrees in broadcasting. After the show the crew conducted a seminar on show content. We would like to thank all of our guest who took the...
From GoBlueRidge,net, July 21, 2009 Written by Adam Hicks Future leaders in the radio industry will be wrapping up their 10-day Kellar Radio Talent Institute tomorrow. Veteran broadcaster, Dan “Vallie” Hill, who oversees Appalachian State’s campus radio station, 90.5 WASU-FM, started the program two summers ago for ASU students interested in pursuing a...
From Radio Superstar, July 16, 2009 WKZL'S Murphy in the Morning Show will broadcast live from Appalachian State University’s Plemmons Student Union from 6 to 9 a.m. Friday, July 17. Then on Monday, Brian Freeman of WSJS-AM will also broadcast hi show from there. The broadcasts are features of Dan Vallie's third annual Kellar Radio Talent Institute which is a 10 day...
From Inside Radio BOONE, NC (July 24, 2009) -- The Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, has prepared 15 more talented young broadcasters. The third year of this innovative program concluded Wednesday with words of advice and inspiration by George G. Beasley, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Beasley...
From Radio Ink Magazine BOONE, NC -- July 24, 2009: The third Kellar Radio Talent Institute at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, was held this week. The program is intended as an incubator for future broadcasters, who hear from industry pros about on-air, programming, sales, promotion, news reporting, and more. This year's program had 15 student participants, all...
From the ASU Department of Communications http://www.asucom.appstate.edu An elite group of Appalachian students completed a unique 10-day experience learning the ins and outs of radio broadcasting from some of the nation's top broadcasting professionals during the second Kellar Radio Farm System Institute, July 14-23. The first of its kind, the program is a farm system...
Radio-Info.com by Tom Taylor: Tom@in3media.com/609.883.3321 Tuesday, July 22, 2008 This week is the second annual Kellar Radio Farm System Institute, in Boone, NC on the campus of Appalachian State University. The 10-day program led by consultant Dan Vallie gives future broadcasters exposure to working pros in the business, and Dan’s corralled a whole bunch of those...
From Radio Ink, July 21, 2008 BOONE, NC -- July 17, 2008: The second Kellar Radio Farm System Institute training program began Monday at Appalachian State University in North Carolina and will continue through July 23. The program is a "farm system" for future broadcasters who have a passion for the industry and aspire to broadcast ownership. Dan Vallie of...
From Radio Online, July 17, 2008 A group of students at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, are learning the ins and outs of radio broadcasting from some of the top broadcasting pros during the second Kellar Radio Farm System Institute, from July 14-23. The first of its kind, the program is a farm system for future radio broadcasters. The program is designed to...
From Inside Radio (http://www.insideradio.com) July 18, 2008 The second Kellar Radio Farm System Institute is underway at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC where students are being trained on radio’s ins and outs. Appalachian received $500,000 from the Kellar Family Foundation to create the week-long program, taught by industry veterans and directed by...
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